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OneHunnidt Brings the Love at Field Sobriety Listening Party

Neat thing about listening sessions: it's the one space in time where constructive criticism is thrown completely out the window. That can be dealt with afterward, once you figure out what exactly your ears have just digested.

Naturally, OneHunnidt angled mostly for fun and relaxation on Monday night. He'd already written 60 songs for his Field Sobriety project, whittling everything down to 13. In so many ways, while speaking about the album OneHunnidt expressed that is about always being indecisive -- and human.

"The concept behind the album is about me and the maturity of me as a man," the rapper said with a hint of pride in his voice. "I'm indecisive and I'm a person. Since I change every day, it was hard to put these thoughts together."

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Brandon Caldwell has been writing about music and news for the Houston Press since 2011. His work has also appeared in Complex, Noisey, the Village Voice & more.
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